Wed, 14 July|
Shoot, process, & scan 35mm B&W film
Given a roll of 35mm B&W film for your camera, followed by a shooting task. Film processing in a 1 on 1 learning environment you will learn how to process your own film, assess it for correct exposure on a light table, sleeve it and then scan the images to be able to take home on your thumb drive.
Time & Location
14 July 2021, 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm GMT-4
GuyLittleCreative, 262 Beach Road, Black Rock VIC 3193, Australia
About the event
Prerequesite What is correct exposure and using a lightmeter workshop
Instructors Guy Little, professional photographer for 36 years and photography lecturer at RMIT University Photo Imaging for 22 years and gun RMIT Photo Imaging student Gianluca Caretta.
Location is at a professional photographic studio in Black Rock, Melbourne.
Overview This is a half day workshop for those wanting to explore 35mm B&W film processing.
Format This will consist of a brief lecture on film processing and demonstration of loading technique.
What to bring On the day bring your own 35mm SLR film camera and lens and a USB 2.0 thumb drive to take your scans away with.
Loan equipment for the workshop Light meter, film processing equipment & chemistry and scanning equipment.
Booking Terms Full payment to be made to confirm your booking. If notice of cancellation is less than two days before the workshop date the the workshop fee will be lost. Cancellations greater than 2 days will be be refunded and an administration fee of $20 will be deducted. Bookings and enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject to change
35mm B&W film workshop$292.68+$7.32 service fee